The commission's staff has found that Apple has not violated Qualcomm's patents and that the chipmaker's request would harm competition.
According to a lawsuit, a New York woman was inside an elevator with a Note 9 oozing smoke and that Samsung should've known about the defection.
Find out how exactly is Samsung helping Apple's products like the iPhone X and some iPads to avoid getting banned in South Korea
Lawyers say she was never given a reason why her iPhone was confiscated for 120 days, especially given what was on the device.
Santa Clara County Fire Department has been fighting with Verizon to remove data speed throttling from its account while it has been fighting the blaze.
Three phones with up to three cameras versus one phone with five cameras? Also, is Apple flittering off like a butterfly on its MacBook keyboard?
A 7-year-long lawsuit has finally been settled between two technology giants. How did it take so long? And how much money will finally change hands?
In its latest round of actions, the SCOTUS has pushed into a review phase for whether allegations of Apple's anticompetitive behavior should be cast aside.
There's plenty of legal action between Apple and Qualcomm over many topics, but does one owe the other $4.5 billion in royalties?
The deal was being contested out of concern that AT&T would hike up premium channel packages and retransmission fees in negotiation with competitors.
The Korean tech company is also looking for a refund on damages it had to pay on a design patent that was later ruled invalidated.
The Federal Trade Commission accused AT&T of giving no due notice for throttling the speeds of customers on older unlimited data plans.
Nearly seven years later, we may finally have reached the end of this argument between two bickering tech giants. That and a really big phone this week on our show!
From what it sounds like, it seems like this verdict will be bring about a break in the court fighting between Apple and Samsung for now.
Despite the public front that Apple put up about the structural integrity of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, court documents say the company knew all about the truth.
Believe it or not, net neutrality has not been saved by this week's Senate vote. And it probably won't be if the House and Donald Trump have anything to do with it. That, plus the launch of the OnePlus 6 on this week's show!
This leg of the legal saga between the competing smartphone makers goes into what a design patent applies to: can Apple seek damages only based on what the patent covers or the whole product that the patented part is in?
The Department of Justice wants to separate Turner Broadcasting, which owns several basic and premium cable channels, from satellite TV provider DIRECTV, owned by AT&T.
Prices for RAM chips fell by 60 percent between 2014 and 2016. And then the prices started to go back up. And everyone's smartphones and laptops were just a bit more expensive.
The Chinese telecommunications company is prepared to fight the order banning it from source products from the United States.
Qualcomm is being accused of using its immovable, dominant position in the modem market to force higher royalties on its clients. Apple is in it to win it.
Canada-based BlackBerry Limited may be out of the mobile phone-making business, but it's certainly not out of the tech company-suing business, setting its sights on Snap Inc shortly after Facebook.
Google was claimed to have copied Java code wholesale for Android. It initially had a jury's support for its fair use argument. Now, Oracle has won its appeal.